Leaving Wall Street to Sell Herbal Remedies – The Rise of Harriet’s Botanicals
Harriet Chebet Ng'ok was a high-flying financial manager consultant with stints at some of the world's biggest corporations, but is today best known as the Founder and Ceo of Harriet's Botanicals.
Bernice Kariuki: Meet Arsenal Chef From Eastlands
Besides her work at Arsenal, Kariuki has been a chef for highly-rated upmarket hotels in the UK, and has prepared meals for numerous high-profile clients.
Danstan Omari: How Teacher Became a Lawyer in His 40s
It wasn't until 2004, at age 40, that Omari was admitted to study law at the University of Nairobi. He took a sacco loan, operated his matatu business and got support from his wife, whom he had helped take through university, to pay the fees.
Why Citizen TV Still Pays Johnson Mwakazi Years After Anchor Left
Mwakazi continues to monetize his voice through the venture he established in 2013. He can still be heard on several Citizen TV promos and advertisements.
Linet Toto: How 24-Year Old Woman Rep Beat The Odds
Bomet Woman Representative Linet 'Toto' Chepkorir made history in the General Elections in August, when she became the youngest elected woman representative in Parliament, ever.
Ruth Mbula: How I Became A Real Estate Company Owner At 30
She is full of positive vibes. In her early 30’s, Ruth Mbula says she is living her dream, providing comfort to her clients – helping them find a place to call home. The bubbly entrepreneur believes she is a realtor par excellence, as one...